North Hills AD Amy Scheuneman joining WPIAL administration
Monday, March 4, 2019 | 10:32 AM
North Hills athletic director Amy Scheuneman will resign this summer and accept an administrative position with the WPIAL.
Scheuneman will become associate executive director, the WPIAL announced Monday, a newly created position in the administration just below executive director Tim O’Malley. The position puts Scheuneman in line to potentially succeed O’Malley, who recently received a three-year contract extension. O’Malley has led the WPIAL for 14 years.
A Plum native, Scheuneman previously served as athletic director at Bethel Park (2006-16) and Avonworth (2003-06). She’s worked at North Hills since 2016.
“Amy’s main goal is to improve the lives of students within the WPIAL while also giving them the best possible experiences,” said WPIAL president Scott Seltzer, assistant superintendent at Chartiers Valley. “She is a perfect fit for this position, and I am confident that she will always keep our student-athletes as her top priority.”
Scheuneman has served as a member of the WPIAL board of directors since 2013. She will join the WPIAL administration effective July 1.
“In her tenure as an athletic administrator, Amy Scheuneman has earned the respect of everyone associated with interscholastic athletics,” O’Malley said. “As a member of the WPIAL board of directors, she has demonstrated an unmatched work ethic in administering to the athletic interests of all WPIAL student-athletes. I look forward to growing my partnership with Amy and utilizing her expertise on a daily basis.”
A multi-sport athlete in high school and college, Scheuneman was inducted into the Plum Sports Hall of Fame in 2011.
Scheuneman resides in Robinson with her husband Paul and their son, Paul.
Chris Harlan is a Tribune-Review Staff Writer. You can contact Chris by email at email@example.com or via Twitter .
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